Investment analysis refers to the process of evaluating an investment in terms of income, risk, and resale value.
Investors make decisions relying on the relative profit potential of investment alternatives. The wrong choices may be made if systematic and quantitative methods are not used. In a given investment situation, it is necessary to consider several economic and technical parameters with respect to costs, profits, savings, the choice of time, tax and loyalty, project life, etc. If a reliable approach is not used to quantify the effects of these factors, it is very difficult to correctly assess each alternative and make the best choice.
This financial services and investment analysis training will equip the individual with skills that will enable them to build accurate forecasting models to better analyze financial data, generate financial services sector research reports and recommendations for the purpose of decision making as well as perform other portfolio management and analytics tasks.